The Beatitudes are the words of Christ that cut to the very core of the Christian life. But have they become so familiar that we breeze past them, without taking them to heart? The Beatitudes can — and will — transform our lives in a powerful way, if we take the time to connect with them daily.
In The Beatitudes, you will find guided meditations based on the Beatitudes found in the Gospels of Matthew and Luke. For each Beatitude you will:
The reflections in The Beatitudes are an essential aspect of examining your daily life, preparing for the Sacrament of Reconciliation, and deepening your prayer life.
Part of the Companion in Faith series.
It’s one of the most important prayers in our Christian faith; after all, it was Christ himself who taught us how to pray it. Yet most of us find ourselves distracted and preoccupied when we say the familiar words of the Lord’s Prayer. How can we enter more deeply into this prayer? We need to start with our priorities.
When we grieve, we all long for light in the dark places. We need a light to warm our hearts when they are chilled by grief. For Those Who Grieve includes 22 brief devotions and prayers, drawing on the saints, Scripture, and modern reflections to encourage readers to turn to God each day and find the light of hope, healing, and wholeness.